May is for Makers–Part 2

I bought three more patterns (more like four) since my Supporting the May is for Makers Campaign post earlier this month. The one I plan to put to use first is the Summer Sampler 2016 pattern I purchased through Freshly Pieced’s Pattern Shop. But I have to confess that I don’t plan to make all of the blocks in this sampler right away. I already have a sampler quilt in progress. It is my Terra Australis quilt, and it will have a total of 25 blocks. I have made 15 so far and have most of the remaining blocks planned, but I think a couple blocks from the Summer Sampler 2016 will work really nicely with my quilt.


Summer Sampler 2016 (Image used with permission by Lee Heinrich)

Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs recently published an informative pattern writing series, and her patterns are wonderful. I think her Sea Star pattern is especially gorgeous. I purchased it at her Etsy shop. I absolutely LOVE the colors on the cover of the pattern and will probably make a similar quilt down the road.


I really could not decide between two of Camille Roskelley’s patterns at her Thimble Blossoms shop, so I treated myself to both. I’ve seen her Swoon pattern all over Pinterest and created a Swoon board a couple months ago. It was inevitable that this I buy this pattern. Recently I saw her Fireworks pattern on Pinterest, and I think it will look amazing with a dark background.

I’m excited to make all these beautiful quilts. I just don’t know when!!!

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1 Response to May is for Makers–Part 2

  1. Thank you so much for including me in your May is for Maker’s purchases! I am looking forward to seeing your version of Sea Stars!


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